Bangkok is ripe for exploration, and with the BTS at our door, easier to get around than ever. Shop till you drop. Immerse in local traditions. Unwind in a tropical oasis.
The Grand Palace
Bangkok’s most famous landmark was the home of the Thai king, the royal court, and the administrative seat of government for 150 years. Within the same grounds, Wat Phra Kaew houses the most sacred Emerald Buddha.
Visit one of the largest temple complexes in Bangkok with the famous reclining Buddha covered in gold leaf. The temple is also home to Thailand’s leading school of traditional massage.
Jim Thompson Museum
Jim Thompson fell in love with Thailand and the luxuriousness of Thai silks, so much so that he brought the Thai textile to worldwide prominence. Visit his home constructed from six repurposed teak buildings.
Located on historic Rattanakosin Island, Museum Siam is Thailand’s first learning museum. Designed for participation and interactivity, families and children of all ages will have fun as they learn about Thai history and culture.
Open House at Central Embassy is an entire co-living floor dedicated to food, design and literature. Take in panoramic city views over gourmet snacks of raw seafood, bao buns, paella or egg tarts.
The Best Traditional Chicken and Rice
Hainanese-style chicken rice, also known as khao mun gai, is a local favourite. Ask us for directions to the stall in Pratunam serving this simple yet delicious dish.
Pinehurst Golf & Country Club
A high-quality international golf course, host to the Johnnie Walker Classic in 1992 and the Thailand Open in 1994. Pinehurst offers 27 holes across three different courses, each with their own style.